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So I need to have a 4x4 where I live in New England. I currently have a 2004 Frontier RWD 2.4L 4cyl 5 speed manual as my daily driver. She's okay in the snow, but I really needed a 4x4. So in 2015, I bought a used 2003 Frontier 4x4 3.3L 6cyl 5 speed that sadly died and went to the happy hunting grounds last June at 264K miles. As a replacement, I bought a 2012 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 4cyl 5 speed with 153K miles. Meh. Didn't like it. At all. Then by some miracle, like a needle in a haystack, I found a 2004 Frontier 4x4 3.3L 6cyl 5 speed with only 133K miles on it. Needless to say, I jumped on that, did the minor repairs it needed, and sold the Tacoma immediately. I just drove in my first snowstorm with this "new" Fronty and I was so happy and relieved. My 2003 was a beast in the snow, and this 2004 is no different. Now I feel safe again :) I bought new car seat covers and I couldn't be happier! View attachment 326916 View attachment 326915
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They're just the 2005-2008 OEMs, that I refinished with Dupli-Color wheel paint that I found matches the grey on the grill
The top picture wheels? And, are they 16"ers?
 

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Haha, I appreciate how clean the design appears. Am an appreciator of the 'understated' look. Though, I'd plastidip or powder coat to a darker tone...dark-gray to black realm.
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Haha, I appreciate how clean the design appears. Am an appreciator of the 'understated' look. Though, I'd plastidip or powder coat to a darker tone...dark-gray to black realm.
Thank you!
If I hadn't intended on lifting, I'd have probably done that and kept them. $110 for those 16s was too good to pass up. Lol
 

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At the corner store a few minutes ago. Needs a bath.


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